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Creek Cottage

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Upton Castle, nr Cosheston & Carew (View Location on a map)
6 Guests
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Accepts 1 Dog
£583 7 Night Breaks From
£13.88 Average Per Person Per Night
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Creek Cottage was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Creek Cottage too!

  • Secluded cottage within the grounds of Upton Castle
  • Dog-friendly accommodation, wonderful walks from the doorstep
  • Views of the tidal estuary from the house
  • Two very good pubs 5-mins drive away, The Brewery Inn and Carew Inn
  • Broadhaven and Barafundle beaches within 20-mins drive
  • Logs provided free of charge for Rayburn and wood-burner

Rated 4.8/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Family Friendly
  • Period Cottage
  • Cot Available
  • Detached Property
  • Short Drive To Beach

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About Creek Cottage

Holiday cottage in grounds of Upton Castle Pembrokeshire - eco and dog friendly. Within 7 miles of renowned South Pembrokeshire coast.

  • Set deep in the woodlands amidst 35 acres of gardens surrounding Upton Castle this delightful newly renovated listed cottage is an oasis of calm and tranquillity with views over Upton Creek, part of Pembrokeshire's hidden waterway. A great central point for exploring South Pembrokeshire's world famous beaches and coast only 7 miles away.
  • With its own private acre garden on the edge of the tidal creek on the Carew River (an SSSI), Creek Cottage guests also have access at all times to the Castle gardens (open to the public May - September).

    • Call at the Castle to be shown the way to the cottage. Access is by a hard surfaced lane through the woods and there is parking for up to 3 cars. Alternatively guests can park next to the castle and walk the 600 yards to the cottage.
    • The 18th century walled garden next to the castle has an abundant supply of produce in season (all grown without use of chemicals) and may be available free to guests.
    • The renovations to Creek Cottage have been carried out to a very high standard while retaining its charm. WiFi is available via Myfi. Off grid electricity (230v) is provided by eco-friendly renewable sources and the new wood-fired Rayburn in the dining room (wood provided free of charge) provides central heating. There is a wood burning stove in the sitting room. Hot water is supplied by solar panels supplemented by the Rayburn. In addition there is a gas cooker with oven and hob in the kitchen.

    Layout & Further Information

    3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5 adults (plus a folding bed for a child). 1 Double, 1 Twin and 1 Single.

    Bathroom
    with bath (hand held shower over), toilet and washbasin. All on 1st floor.

    Cloakroom with toilet and washbasin on ground floor.

    Sitting Room with wood burning stove, sofa, comfortable chairs, lots of books and games, TV/DVD.

    Dining Room new wood fired Rayburn (for cooking and hot water), stairs to 1st floor. Table and chairs seating 6.

    Kitchen galley style, gas cooker with oven and hob, larder fridge (no ice box). Larder.

    Grounds large 1/2 acre garden with lawns, garden furniture & access to Upton Castle Gardens - NB please supervise small children - ponds, streams, access to river etc.


    Additional Information

    Short breaks - Winter

    WiFi - Yes but limited

    Changeover - Friday

    Towels - Yes (beach towels not provided)

    Parking - Yes, Vehicle access to the cottage is via a narrow hard lane through gardens & woodland. Parking for up to 3 cars. Alternatively guests are welcome to leave their cars (max 3) by the Castle and walk the 600 yards to the cottage. Luggage delivered if required.

    Fuel - Central heating by wood fired Rayburn. Solar panels provide hot water topped up by Rayburn. Electricity supplied by eco friendly renewable sources. Logs provided free of charge.

    Dogs - 1 welcome free

    Travel cot - Yes on request

    Highchair - Yes

    Bed linen - Included as standard

    Reviews & Comments
    Visitors Rate This Property 4.8/5

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    About the Area

    If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

    Upton Castle Grounds Pembrokeshire

    • The enchanting Castle grounds are paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers - ponds teeming with wildlife and birds, woods carpeted with wild flowers in the spring and you may see an otter on the creek! A magnificent mature arboretum, marvellous magnolias and rhododendrons, Victorian walled garden, formal rose garden and a woodland and bluebell walk down to the River. One of the Great Gardens of West Wales.

    • The stunning 12th C medieval chapel with its fascinating stone effigies and Norman font featured on Channel 4's 'Time Team' programme in early spring 2013.

    'Little England beyond Wales' South Pembrokeshire

    • 'Little England beyond Wales' is a tranquil corner of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with excellent walks through open countryside and along the picturesque tidal estuary.

    • Cyclists are well catered for with a cycle route nearby and for those who like to mess about on the river, there is kayaking/boating from tidal creeks.

    Castle Country - South Pembrokeshire

    • This is also 'castle country' - Carew Castle ruins with its tidal mill and mighty Pembroke Castle which dominates the ancient town of Pembroke are both nearby and within a short drive is Manorbier Castle overlooking the beautiful sandy cove - a favourite with generations of families.

    Pembroke

    • Pembroke Main Street, which runs the length of the old town, has several interesting Tudor and Georgian houses, two historic churches, a large Antique Emporium, and a variety of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants. Explore the magnificent Norman castle which is Henry Tudors birthplace and an ideal place to enjoy one of the many events such as historic enactments and music festivals.

    Pembroke Mill Pond Walk

    • Stroll along the Mill Pond walk, feed the swans and look out for kingfishers and maybe even an otters.

    Stackpole Estate (NT) - Bosherston Lily Ponds, Broad Haven South and Barafundle Beach.

    • Stackpole is both a listed designed landscape and an internationally important nature reserve. Walk through woodlands to the unique Bosherston Lily Ponds - a great spot for otters, water birds and dragonflies. Continue on to the golden sands of Broad Haven South beach and join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which will lead you over the headland to Barafundle.

    • Beautiful Barafundle - voted the best beach and picnic spot in Britain - clear azure waters and shimmering sands are the order of the day here. Enjoy a picnic on the beach then stroll back along the coastal path to the Stackpole Quay for afternoon tea with freshly baked scones with jam and cream.

    • Bosherston is a small village with a pub, £ Ye Olde Worlde' Tearoom (menu unchanged for 50 years and from where fishing permits for the Lily Ponds are available) and a fine 13th century Norman Church.

    • Enjoy a tasty meal in the St.Govans Inn - a traditional village pub mentioned in the Good Pub Guide.

    Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm bird islands

    • Do visit Skomer Island and spend the day exploring the beautiful island nature reserve. See the thousands of Puffins, Guillemots, and Razorbills, along with a host of other birds and wildlife throughout the summer months. During the autumn the seals give birth to their pups - many can be spotted among the rocks in the secluded bays.

    • For one of the best seabird and wildlife experience in Britain, take an exhilarating high speed Sea Safari out to explore the stunning Pembrokeshire coast and Grassholm Island with its incredible Gannet colony.

    South Pembrokeshire Beaches

    • South Pembrokeshire's other famous beaches within an easy drive include Angle, Freshwater West (great surfing beach), Freshwater East, Swan Lake and Manorbier.

    Tenby Town

    • The medieval walled town of Tenby with its picturesque harbour is a popular seaside resort. Interesting little shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants, cobbled streets and 5 glorious beaches (Blue Flag) to choose from. Tenby harbour has a thriving boating and fishing community as well as the departure point for the Caldey island boats, seal safaris, fishing trips and pleasure cruises.

    • The Tudor Merchant's House Owned by the National Trust, is a fascinating house that has been recreated to look like it would have been in the late 15th century.

    • Tenby Museum and Art Gallery is on Castle Hill near the harbour is the oldest independent museum in Wales.

    • Tenby boasts two great golf courses, a championship links course at Tenby Golf Club and a parkland course at Trefloyne Manor.

    Caldey Island

    • Caldey Island, just offshore from Tenby South Beach is owned by monks of The Cistercian Order and has an active monastery. Attractions on the island include the 12th Century Priory, Museum, Perfume Shop on Tea Gardens plus one of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire.

    Family days out in Pembrokeshire

    • Picton Castle, Phoenix Bowl, Oakwood, Folly Farm, Heatherton, Tenby Dinosaur Park and Anna Ryder Richardson's Manor Wildlife Park are all wonderful days out for the whole family to enjoy.

    Pembrokeshire Days Out

    • Pembrokeshire has theme and fun parks (including Oakwood, Wild Welsh Zoo and Folly Farm) for all ages, embark on world beating walks along the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, relax on stunning beaches, take boat trips to the bird islands, visit the seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot or simply just revel in Upton Castle's beautiful grounds.

    Family and dog friendly Creek Cottage in its unique castle garden location is a delightful base for exploring the whole of Pembrokeshire.

    Eat & Drink

    See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near Creek Cottage.

    If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

    Paskeston Hall Country House Tearooms
    ( 0.7 miles away )

    One of Wales' finest aged manors, Paskeston Hall retains many original features and stands in 22 acres of beautiful parkland in the Pembrokeshire countryside.

    The Stable Inn
    ( 2.3 miles away )

    Bar & Restaurant serving restaurant meals and Sunday lunches. Booking advisable at weekends.

    The Dial Inn Lamphey
    ( 2.4 miles away )

    The pub dates back to 1830 when it was a Dower House to the court. All food is prepared and home cooked on the premises.

    Ferry Inn Hazelbeach
    ( 2.8 miles away )

    Lovely waterside pub with conservatory and restaurant overlooking the river.

    Wisebuys
    ( 2.9 miles away )

    Shop with emphasis on quality local produce including fruit, vegetables, flowers and delicatessen.

    Pembroke Farmers Market
    ( 2.9 miles away )

    Held fortnightly on Saturdays in Pembroke Town Hall

    First and Last
    ( 3.1 miles away )

    Local pub with beer garden serving drinks and lunches with live music on Saturday nights.

    Brown's Snack Bar Fish and Chips
    ( 3.2 miles away )

    Connie as she is known opened her business in 1928. She has been working 6 days a week ever since. She eats nothing but fish and chips and claims to be living proof that eating fish and chips is a healthy option. Last year she was awarded the MBE for services to business and the community.

    The Bar Restaurant
    ( 3.3 miles away )

    The menu changes daily with a strong emphasis on freshly caught fish, sea food and local produce.

    The Freshwater Inn at Freshwater East
    ( 3.8 miles away )

    The coastal path runs in both directions from here. The pub serves real ale and good food. Families are welcome. There is a beer garden.

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